New York: Boni & Liveright, 1927. First Edition. Includes a personal inscription from Robinson Jeffers to Lester Donahue; a handwritten postcard to Mr. Donahue from Una & Robin; two original black & white photographs of Jeffers dated 1934, one showing Robinson & his two sons riding horses; an undated & early photograph of Tor House in Carmel; and a photograph of Robinson, Una, Donnan (son) & wife, Lee, and Dame Judith Anderson, long time friend of Robinson and Una. Laid in is a single-page ALS from Donnan Jeffers to Mr. Donahue thanking him for his kind letter following Robinson's death in 1962. Lester Donahue (1892-1964) was a Los Angeles-born concert pianist and a protégé of the actress Madame Helena Modjeska. Also included is an original black & white photograph of Robinson Jeffers at Tor House, SIGNED and dated 1950, by noted photographer, Ira H. Latour (1919 - 2015), who studied with Ansel Adams, Edward Weston and Minor White. 8vo. 175 pp. A near fine copy in publisher's dustjacket. Item #19226
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